- n. Plural form of university.
“I think part of our job in universities is to try to advise the rest of society, and the policy makers, of what the right things to do are.”
“The reason those countries are investing in universities is simply that they have a clear view as to what the universities can contribute to economic development in a technological age.”
“For example, the number of engineers graduating from our universities is the lowest of eight major industrialized nations, 2.7 per thousand workers, three times less than in Japan.”
“With the state of the world economy as it now stands, the financial outlook for our universities is at first glance bleak, to say the least, particularly since we are so dependent upon government grants for the major portion of our funding.”
“They must be acquired in special institutions, which we call universities, and maintained with constant upkeep, which we call analysis, criticism and debate.”
“Then again universities are way different types of organizations than the Boy Scouts which are more akin to a private club.”
“The plain fact is, the history of many universities is pretty ugly in this regard.”
“I think the “limitation” you describe between churches and universities is exactly what distinguishes those terms, objectively.”
“The government, OTOH, would spend a part of his taxes on funding research departments in universities, building highways and communication systems – the infrastructure that allows companies to get created and operate.”
“Maybe the presence of prestigious universities is a lagging indicator.”
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